The example is a very bad example - it is not natural or idiomatic at all and sounds 200 years out of date.I was learning the usage of idiom "draw on" but I didn't understand the meaning of number 3 please explain.
It's not, actually. "I was putting on my coat" is not the same as "I was wearing my coat".Ok let me guess does it mean. Put on is wearing.
- to clothe oneself in: [~ + object + on]Put your clothes on.[~ + on + object]Put on your clothes.
(WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English in both cases)wear /wɛr/USA pronunciation v., wore/wɔr/USA pronunciation worn/wɔrn/USA pronunciation wear•ing, n.
- to have on the body as clothing, covering, or ornament:[~ + object]He wore his best suit to the funeral. She's wearing my ring on her finger.
No. "Wearing" is a continuous process. It applies to the entire time you have clothes on your body.Put on is wearing.
Have you looked up "article" in the dictionary?An article of clothing not so clear?